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    Quote Originally Posted by Maklike Tier View Post
    Woah, check this out! Custom spec KRP (Korean National Player) BS10 and BS11. Stiffer versions than off-the-shelf. All yours for only 500 bucks for the pair!

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    Is it stiffer or is it because they only comparing KR vs TW? ISn't any BS10 outside TW 5 dots?
    http://www.victorsport.com/product_d...veMjTq3raxA2li vs http://www.victorsport.com.tw/produc...veMjTq3raxA2li

    Quote Originally Posted by ucantseeme View Post
    No surprising news for me. Stiffness for DE coded:
    BS10: 5/5
    BS11: 4/5

    I can get both for you and ship them to your doorstep for 350 AUD.
    I see it was already asnwered as well in the meanwhile ..
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    It may have 5 dots, but I can guarantee those KR rackets wont be DE rackets with KR markings.

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    So i hav decided to get BS10, just a question on a Yonex stringing machine ES5 pro, how much more tenssion do u need to put in with the horizontals.

    Idealie i want to have like 25/26lb tenssion, but the people in germany do it in kg


    so on this would i need to go 25v/26h as the machine is quite accurate, or do i need to be difference of 2? (im not sure how this guy will be happy going this high when stringing)
    Or do i tell him i want 26lb and hope he knows what he is doing in his KG stuff

    Well i just hope i can get some good responses before i order it.
    Oh yeah he will be stringing it with VS850 (tho he has white ones which is ok but not great)

    (if anyone knows about the KG to LB ratios as im not convinced thats its 1:2 as my step dad is telling me, but his approach is like meh its about 500g per pound so must be 2 lb to a kilo...)

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    Hi,
    I own a super waves 35 and i loved playing with it.planing to buy another racket and the SW30 looks(spec wise) absolutely fantastic. Does anyone here knows, when this would be available in the market?

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    Quote Originally Posted by r1z1a View Post
    So i hav decided to get BS10, just a question on a Yonex stringing machine ES5 pro, how much more tenssion do u need to put in with the horizontals.

    Idealie i want to have like 25/26lb tenssion, but the people in germany do it in kg


    so on this would i need to go 25v/26h as the machine is quite accurate, or do i need to be difference of 2? (im not sure how this guy will be happy going this high when stringing)
    Or do i tell him i want 26lb and hope he knows what he is doing in his KG stuff

    Well i just hope i can get some good responses before i order it.
    Oh yeah he will be stringing it with VS850 (tho he has white ones which is ok but not great)

    (if anyone knows about the KG to LB ratios as im not convinced thats its 1:2 as my step dad is telling me, but his approach is like meh its about 500g per pound so must be 2 lb to a kilo...)
    A decent german stringer can do this. lbs or kg doesn't matter.
    Don't go to one of this Intersport/Karstadt/Voswinkel. They are unable to do a good job.
    If you can't find a decent stringer, you can send me your racket. My stringer strung at sudirman cup 2003 and other events.

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    Quote Originally Posted by r1z1a View Post
    So i hav decided to get BS10, just a question on a Yonex stringing machine ES5 pro, how much more tenssion do u need to put in with the horizontals.

    Idealie i want to have like 25/26lb tenssion, but the people in germany do it in kg


    so on this would i need to go 25v/26h as the machine is quite accurate, or do i need to be difference of 2? (im not sure how this guy will be happy going this high when stringing)
    Or do i tell him i want 26lb and hope he knows what he is doing in his KG stuff

    Well i just hope i can get some good responses before i order it.
    Oh yeah he will be stringing it with VS850 (tho he has white ones which is ok but not great)

    (if anyone knows about the KG to LB ratios as im not convinced thats its 1:2 as my step dad is telling me, but his approach is like meh its about 500g per pound so must be 2 lb to a kilo...)
    google can actually convert it for you, but for your info - 1kg=2.2lbs. In German, there are different 'pound's - one was used in the past (1kg=2pound), and the other one is the 'American pound' (1kg=2.2lbs). So, to avoid confusion with the stringer, go for 12kg - although the VS850 loses much tension, so maybe you should ask if he does a 12,5kg string job. Just out of curiosity - where did you order? Klauer (badminton-total.com)? Afaik, he does reasonable string jobs. Never tested him myself though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by j4ckie View Post
    google can actually convert it for you, but for your info - 1kg=2.2lbs. In German, there are different 'pound's - one was used in the past (1kg=2pound), and the other one is the 'American pound' (1kg=2.2lbs). So, to avoid confusion with the stringer, go for 12kg - although the VS850 loses much tension, so maybe you should ask if he does a 12,5kg string job. Just out of curiosity - where did you order? Klauer (badminton-total.com)? Afaik, he does reasonable string jobs. Never tested him myself though.
    yeah probably order from him, havent done it yet.
    yeah i will ask him if he can do 12.5kg maybe 13kg if u say they loose tension(tho probably snap before loosing tension)
    also whats a British pound then??(dont mean the money :P )

    as far as i can tell british pound is same as american and the other one is known as metic pound(thanx to the french for that one) i do believe tensions in rackets are in metric pounds even in america, might be wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vensisu View Post
    Hi,
    I own a super waves 35 and i loved playing with it.planing to buy another racket and the SW30 looks(spec wise) absolutely fantastic. Does anyone here knows, when this would be available in the market?
    Next week, if you know where and are willing for it to be shipped

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    Saw this at YouTube regarding the recommendation, specification, explanation and creation reason for Bs LYD. Too bad he spoke in mandarin.. http://m.youtube.com/index?desktop_u...?v=m36y3Fwbj00

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    Quote Originally Posted by r1z1a View Post
    yeah probably order from him, havent done it yet.
    yeah i will ask him if he can do 12.5kg maybe 13kg if u say they loose tension(tho probably snap before loosing tension)
    also whats a British pound then??(dont mean the money :P )

    as far as i can tell british pound is same as american and the other one is known as metic pound(thanx to the french for that one) i do believe tensions in rackets are in metric pounds even in america, might be wrong.
    Well the tension on rackets is the 'normal' pound used by Britains and American. The 'metric' pound is not used anymore, only by some old ppl (those who still convert Euro into D-Mark in their heads whenever they pay ). So, 22lbs=10kg. Don't let anyone tell you otherwise. Also, afaik lbs is only used for the 'American' pound, which should be the same as a British pound. Although the British and American units are confusing. Can't understand why they didn't ever change to the metric system....

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    Hi Guys,

    My BS10 has a clicking sound when i flick the racquet. Is my wooden handle giving away? If my assumption is right, anyone has experience fixing this?

    Many thanks
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    Probably some carbon broke off on the inside and is now moving around, causing the sound

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    Quote Originally Posted by dexter980 View Post
    Hi Guys,

    My BS10 has a clicking sound when i flick the racquet. Is my wooden handle giving away? If my assumption is right, anyone has experience fixing this?

    Many thanks
    can you identify the source of the sound?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    can you identify the source of the sound?
    Yea, it is at the cone area.

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    Anyone thinking of buying one of the new rackets? The BS15 and SW30 look so bad ass IMO!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dexter980 View Post
    Yea, it is at the cone area.
    The cone is stuck on with glue and the glue has probably cracked. My C7 clicks if I flex it by hand, but you can't hear it on court.

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